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Motorola Phone Leak: The Shatterproof Moto Bounce

Sep 02, 2015 12:56 AM EDT

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Motorola is rumored to join the trend of creating and releasing practically indestructible and extra-secure smartphones with a model that just got leaked, the Motorola Bounce.

The Motorola Bounce is said to be shatterproof, thanks to the material that Motorola will use for the device’s Quad HD display. Its specs are said to be better than the current flagship, the Moto X Style, and there are some speculations that state that the device code named “Bounce” could actually be the Motorola Droid Turbo 2.

The rumor was first leaked on Twitter by Android bleeding-edge “leaker” @upleaks.

As for the rumored specs of the Motorola Bounce, here they are:

Processor/Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 SoC

RAM: 3GB

GPU: Adreno 430

OS: Android Marshmallow 6.0

Internal Storage: 32GB, 64GB

Display: 5.43-inch shatterproof QHD display with a resolution of 1440x2560 pixels

Cameras: Primary: 21MP; Secondary: 5MP

Battery: 3,760mAh

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 SoC means that the octa-core processor is made up of two quad-core processors, with the specs: 1 Quad-core ARM Cortex A57 at up to 2 GHz; and 1 Quad-core A53 with 64-bit support. This means that the Motorola Bounce may be an octa-core device which may clock up to 2GHz.

The battery, said to be at 3,760mAh, may well be the largest battery in the market. With a hopefully streamlined version of the Android M, this capacity may translate to days of standby time.

Motorola was a cellular phone pioneer. The brand has always been known to build the world’s sturdiest, most abuse-resistant phone units. Though the Motorola Bounce’s form factor was criticized by some as looking too similar to Lenovo’s recent designs for the Lenovo-branded mobiles, here’s hoping that Lenovo chooses to work to maintain Motorola’s reputation for producing the market’s most bleeding-edge, sturdiest, leanest, meanest mobile computing machines—that happen to be cellular phones, too.

The tweet by @upleaks states that the Motorola Bounce will be out in December.

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